The board of directors for the group charged with advancing an in-state natural gas pipeline has been announced.
Natural Resources Commissioner Dan Sullivan is stepping down from his post amid talk that he’s planning a run for U.S. Senate.
In 2010, the legislature established a loan program to help bring down costs, but schools haven’t used the funds as a fix.
It’s official: A controversial tax cut on oil companies will be put to a vote. “Vote Yes — Repeal the Giveaway” has met all of the legal requirements to get on the ballot.
Both supporters and opponents of the recently passed tax overhaul aren’t totally pleased with how the regulatory process is going.
The Alaska Democratic Party may finally have at least one candidate in the race for governor. Hollis French, a state senator from Anchorage, announced today he’s considering jumping in.
This week, Alaska lawmakers and government officials are meeting in Anchorage to discuss what they see as “federal overreach.”
Hundreds of business and political leaders from Canada, Oregon, Washington, Montana and Idaho have come up to Alaska to talk about what these places all have in common.
Supporters of a referendum to repeal the state’s new oil tax turned in more than 51,000 signatures on Saturday to the Division of Elections Anchorage office.
After getting a “no” from the Department of the Interior, Gov. Sean Parnell has doubled down on a plan to conduct seismic testing in a section of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.